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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 2

9:00 AM CST on January 2, 2018

    • Metropolitan Planning Council's "Proudest Moments" of 2017
    • Cyclist Clarence D. Walton, 49, Fatally Struck by Metra Train in South Shore (CBS)
    • The Tribune's Map of Chicago Ghost Bikes Has Been Updated
    • Why Didn't Police Didn't Publicize Search for Assailant in Red Line Pushing Case? (Tribune)
    • Tribune Looks at Upcoming Fare Hikes and Road Projects
    • Someone Shot a Window on a Blue Line Train Near Western/Armitage (ABC)
    • Damaged Tracks Caused Delays on Blue Line Near Montrose (NBC)
    • "Repair Roads and Bridges" Makes Sun-Times Wish List for 2018
    • Cyclists on New Year's Ride Rescue a Senior Walking in -2 Degrees With No Coat (Chainlink)
    • Firm Specializing in Ride-Share Injury Cases Offered to Pay for Trips on NYE (Tribune)
    • Bike Biz Talks With SRAM About Company's History, Future Plans
    • Oboi Reed and John Participate in America Walks Webinar on Criminal Justice and Walkability 1/18

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